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Old 07-12-2009, 03:32 AM   #1
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Arrow I love the 80's and 90's! Post up your memories!

Post your favorite pics and/or memories from the 80's and 90's!
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Old 07-12-2009, 03:32 AM   #2
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Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers:
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Old 07-12-2009, 06:51 AM   #3
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Man!!! I loved chip an dale rescue rangers, an duck tales, The smurfs, the snorkels, when cartoons were worth getting up early for. 8 second street cars were quick lol
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tomas the tank engine, shining time station were the only shows i watched when i was 1-2

then i got into bill nye, rocko, doug, darkwing duck, chip and dale, and the magic schoolbus. i rarely watched reading rainbow, the big comfy couch (girl looked so hot and gave me wood at 2 yrs old ), and kratts creatures.
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knight rider, the dukes of hazzard, hardcastle and mccormick, quantum leap, 21 jump street, the fall guy, CHiP's (started in the late 70s with the dukes but they lasted into the 80s)

i have all of those shows above on DVD, lol.
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I wouldn't remember much of the 80's since I was born in '88, but I can recall half those shows listed and watched them.
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Old 07-12-2009, 01:17 PM   #10
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Damn dude I don't remember that Atari system. Was that before the 2600? I remember other systems that were out at the time was Colecovision and Commodore64 computer.

Anyone remember the Atari Jaguar system? It was 64 bit when everybody was still coming out 8 and 16 bit systems
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Old 07-12-2009, 05:02 PM   #14
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@87silverbullet: It is an Atari 130 XE with 1,77 MHz, build until 1992. I don't remember if it was exactly this model or an older Atari, because it belonged to my older brother and I only seldom played on it, but it was the first computer ever that I used
And that game is stuck in my memory forever (but I think I played on his later machine - a 386, if I remember correctly).

Oh, and I still have a C64 - but can't get a monitor Tried to hook it up on the TV, but it didn't worked..
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oh and speaking of step by step, one of the other TGIF shows is all over youtube. that would be Perfect Strangers. actually, there are a lot of Family Matters episodes on youtube as well, whcih was a spinoff of Perfect Strangers (Harriot winslow was the elevator operator at the chronicle where larry and balki worked)
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